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A Kosher Slaughterhouse Out in Fontana 

Evelyn announces she is receiving an honor from the real estate industry and that Charlie and Alan will host a party in her honor. Mayhem ensues when Berta and her sister agree to cater the event, but sibling rivalry takes center stage.

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Evelyn announces she is receiving an honor from the real estate industry and that Charlie and Alan will host a party in her honor. Mayhem ensues when Berta and her sister agree to cater the event, but sibling rivalry takes center stage.

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Series regular Conchata Ferrell and guest star Camryn Manheim have both starred on ensemble legal dramas in which David E. Kelley was involved. Ferrell was part of the main cast of season 6 of "L.A. Law" (1986-94), while Manheim starred in all 8 seasons of "The Practice" (1997-2004). See more »

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Evelyn Harper: Why does anyone want a party? To feel superior while feigning humility!
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References La Cage aux Folles (1978) See more »

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I Am What I Am
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Written by Jerry Herman
Sung by Daisy Ray
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